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playing with ivy bridge and trinity laptops today!!

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Came into work today to two new laptops. Toshiba I7 ivy bridge and a hp with a8-4500 trinity! Fun day. Post specs and prices in a few.
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Toshiba Satellite S855-S5254 I7-3610QM with 8gb ram, 750gb hard drive $799.99

HP DV6-7010us with a8-4500m, 6gb ram, 750gb hd for $699.99
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What's the screen resolution on the Toshiba?
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Which of them felt snappiest/quickest?

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Which of them felt snappiest/quickest?
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Without using the 2, clearly the i7-quad is much faster - it's very similar to the desktop i7-920. AMD's mobile quads really compete with mobile i5 dual-cores (in price and multi-threaded performance). Single-threaded performance gives you that really snappy feel - suppose you have a 3ghz dual and a 2ghz quad, all else being the same, the dual will feel much faster for typical use.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Core-i7-3610QM-Notebook-Processor.72681.0.html
http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-A-Series-A8-4500M-Notebook-Processor.74884.0.html
 
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I know the Intel processor is faster in that way, but I was having the A8's superior graphics in mind.
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I know the Intel processor is faster in that way, but I was having the A8's superior graphics in mind.

Who said A8's graphics were faster than HD 4000? http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-7640G.69836.0.html
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-4000.69168.0.html

Anandtech tested as 7660G/ A10 graphics being 20% faster than i7-quad's HD 4000, though A10 graphics beat the HD 4000 by 50% or so in a couple games.. Now, note the i3's have a 10% lower-clocked HD 4000 (also applies for some ULV models, minimally the i3's), so they'll be roughly another 10% behind i5/i7 HD 4000. Also note, only standard-voltage A10 has 7660G graphics; A8's have less graphics power (256 SP's compared to 384 in the A10), putting them far behind A10 and slightly behind HD 4000, as seen in the links above.
 
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I can install and run vantage on them tomorrow if you want. Just let me know.
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Just ran vantage on the trinity laptop.

Graphics score 3492
Cpu score 4929

P3766

Running ivy bridge right now
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